The Marine and Offshore Engineering (M&OE) industry has been a key pillar of Singapore’s economy since its early days of industrialisation. The industry contributed 2% to Singapore’s GDP in 2014 and continues to provide good jobs for many Singaporeans. Despite uncertainties in the global economic environment, the long-term fundamentals for the industry remain solid. Growth in the M&OE industry will be supported by expected increases in offshore exploration as well as production spending by oil & gas companies.
Today, Singapore is one of the world’s premier ship repair and conversion hubs. We are a global leader in the offshore market, accounting for more than half of global jackup orders by value, and about two-thirds of the global floating, production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel conversion market. The M&OE industry comprises almost 1,200 companies, ranging from small and medium enterprises to large multinational corporations. These companies offer a wide range of attractive employment opportunities for about 25,000 locals. From manufacturing to R&D, there are pathways tailored for craftsmen, technicians and engineers.
Singapore’s ability to engineer and deliver highly complex M&OE products requires a talented local workforce that continually seeks to improve and upgrade amidst rapidly evolving business and technological trends.
- Singaporeans with a minimum of 3 years of relevant work experience in the M&OE industry
- Committed to deepening skills and contributing to the M&OE industry
- Currently enrolled in or granted admission into any of the qualifying Masters programmes
- Required to complete chosen programme
- Required to incur out-of-pocket training-related expenses associated with the programme (i.e. must not be fully sponsored by company or other government agencies for all course fees and training-related expenses associated with the programme)
- Not a previous recipient of any SkillsFuture Study Award
Public officers are encouraged to apply for the relevant in-house schemes offered by their respective organisations. The Public Service is committed towards skills deepening and government agencies have a range of training and development schemes to support skills upgrading for public officers
|MSc in Intellectual Property Management||National University of Singapore1|
|MSc in Project Management|
|MSc in Management of Technology|
|MSc in Offshore Technology|
|MSc in Systems Design and Management|
1Only students from the Jan 2018, Aug 2018 and Jan 2019 are eligible to apply.
Application Period and Evaluation Process
Application Period: 1 Oct 2018 to 31 Dec 2018
Evaluation Process: Evaluation of applications will take approximately 6 to 8 weeks after the closing date. Shortlisted applicants will be notified
|MSc in Intellectual Property Management
MSc in Management of Technology
MSc in Systems Design and Management
Ms Mavis Chin
|MSc in Offshore Technology||
Ms Cecilia Shanti Dewi
|MSc in Project Management||
Ms Venessa Koh / Ms Chelvi